How can the military improve its health approaches to best serve and retain active duty members, with a focus on human performance improvement and optimization that will increase service members’ resiliency and long-term health?
We can all recognize that the role geography plays in executing an effective public health response is critical. Understanding how to apply location-based thinking enhances preparedness and response efforts.
Get the latest breakdown of several important types of grant programs agencies can pursue in addition to COVID-19 funding.
Learning to let go and enjoy art, exercise and other activities is a valuable skill for both daily life and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal employees should take the opportunity to comment on the new rule during the 30-day comment period that beings Monday, Aug. 10.
To advocate for healthy, safe and vibrant communities, the Institute for Public Strategies created a five-prong strategy, all of which use GIS to achieve efficiency and effectiveness.
Ensuring racial equity in public policy means that everybody has the opportunity to achieve optimal health. These 5 questions guide the discussion for equitable enforcement of policies.
The COVID-19 pandemic opened Pandora’s Box on the deepest health issues that were already ingrained in our communities today.
GIS and public health go hand-in-hand in creating healthy and safe communities. Public health professionals can use a number of basic GIS tools to enhance their work.
Right now, regulatory agencies are deep in the throes of dealing with the coronavirus crisis. It may take months or years to fully understand and meaningfully change the way we respond to similar events in the future. But we can look to a not-so-distant past to provide some insight and guidance.